One question we sometimes obtain is "What is the difference between the Streak 7000 and the CWS-US 165 and 65 control shutoffs?"
Our backwashing filter systems (iron filters, carbon filters, sediment filters) and conditioners had Streak Control Valves or CWS-US control valves, which are made for us by Canature Corp. The control valve rests on top of the filter or softener is what instantly backwashes and cleans up the system.
The filter systems using the CWS-US control shutoffs function terrific for the majority of household applications that require up to 20 gallons each minute. This would consist of houses with 1 to 2 or even 3 restrooms.
The CWS-US control shutoffs been available in the 165 electronic design series with metered-flow regeneration, as well as the 65 series time clock, that backwash based upon days of the week.
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- The 165 control has a simple to make use of digital user interface, an integrated meter for flow-based regenerations, as well as it NSF-certified for alcohol consumption water as well as price less than the equivalent Fleck series. It is very easy to program as well as lasts for several years.
- The 65 collection is really just like the 165 series. It utilizes the same fundamental valve body as well as exact same circulation prices. The main difference is that it has a mechanical user interface instead of digital, and it is not metered, so it could backwash just based upon days made use of. It approaches the Streak 5600 control valve.
- The Streak 7000 is a greater circulation rate shutoff as much as 35 GPM and could work with larger filter systems and softeners for larger residences and commercial applications. It has a big full-port bypass and also has the least amount of pressure quit of any of our systems.
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